With behavioral factors we have tried different things to increase CTR. We take advantage of things like Google Posts. Anything that influences the way that a business is presented in the SERPs is something that we are focused on. Mainly optimizing page title tags and meta descriptions for CTR. Also, any type of schema that influences the SERPs such as marking up reviews and price range. Our main strategy towards influencing behavioral factors is providing legitimate, thought-out, well-researched content.
When users sense what they re reading is genuine, they tend to stick around. Behavioral factors can be positively and negatively influenced by your decision ability to do one of two things you can either create a frustrating in-SERP experience for your customers, or you can enhance their browsing experience and encourage them to want to do business with you.
Examples of creating a frustrating in-SERP experience include listing incomplete or incorrect business information like not filling in hours of operationfailing to optimize photos, and ignoring important customer questions on Q A. Examples of enhancing the experience would be optimizing your photos, taking time to thoughtfully respond to reviews and Q As, and making a point to actively communicate with your customers through Posts or Messages.
All of these relatively small actions send the signal that you actually care about your customers experience. We ve been utilizing Google Posts regularly, testing messaging there and in Ads to get data around what people engage with most. Also, we mine reviews for common themes and update title tags landing pages using those insights to improve click-through rate and on-site dwell time. We are really focused on targeting content to particular parts of the funnel. So for various pages, we are pretty concerned about the meta information, not just for traditional SEO purposes, but to influence the click as well.
Also, in terms of general content strategy, I m a big believer in making sure the topics that pages are ranking for are discussed there in a meaningful way. Bounce rate may not be a ranking factor but it can tell you if you have a page user fit. Asking people to Google the business instead of giving the website name. If you don t, odds are that eventually Google won t want you to be ranking there either. Asking for reviews. Sending out appointment invites with the proper business address in the location field which we think queries the Maps API and may be a positive behavioral signal.
Making my Knowledge Panel as rich as possible with amazing photos, menu links, Posts, and anything Google is making available to me via Google My Business to increase searcher engagement with my Knowledge Panel seems like a no-brainer. The one that s potentially easiest to influence is CTR. Another method that s less easy to implement would be review-related.
Those gold stars really draw eyeballs and index fingers. Acquiring more Google reviews and marking up first party reviews with Schema on my own website to increase CTR would also be at the top of my list. I d also think about things like embedding links to get directions on my business s Knowledge Panel in Google Maps on communications like appointment reminders or order notifications, or encouraging prospective customers to search for our reviews on Google as a means of earning more branded searches.
We have experimented with offering incentives within title tags of web pages to increase CTR as well as consulting clients on various ways to generate more positive reviews across Yelp, Google, Facebook, and other sites that accept consumer reviews. We ve seen that anything we can do to increase the volume of business name searches for the business name has yielded great results.
This includes tests such as offline advertising and asking the user to Google the business name via radio or printwhich engineered CTR increases. Review GSC and GA to identify opportunity pages that are under-performing. On the flip side, on-page site optimizations and complicated feature deployment may be easy for a large brand please point me in that prospect s direction. Look for high impressions, low clicks, but good time on page and or conversions.
Change the title tag description to try and drive a better click-through rate. Definitely Google Posts and Q A. We re seeing tons of user engagement with both, and it seems that either the additional dwell time on the GMB features or the extra interaction is really making a difference for our clients. Anything that helps listings stand out or screams click on me. reviewsGMB enhancements i. maximizing hours, reviews, posts, emojiand compelling page titles and meta descriptions i.
Here s a short list structured data that generates snippets i. putting offers in descriptions. Check-in offers via Yelp. Reviews and schema. Adding schema to the website that actually influences the way the website appears in the search results review stars, price range fields, etc. is a great way to increase CTR. I m also obsessed with redoing title tags to optimize for CTR.
We are working with our industry to educate the traveling public so they understand the difference between a direct booking and one made using an OTA. Our clients are consistently reporting that travelers are confused about where they are making their bookings. Travelers often believe they have booked directly with the property, when indeed they have booked through an OTA.
Cancellation policies, refunds, and modifications become quite difficult and frustrating for both parties when the traveler believes it is the property s responsibility to make these changes, when in reality they have no control and the traveler must go back to the OTA for resolution. Just doing good marketing. Our clients are beginning to share information when they run into these types of issues with their traveling public. As SEOs, we are really just delivering advertising on search engines.
So understanding the business and ensuring we are doing good marketing and not just good SEO is important. Don t just optimize your page titles and meta descriptions for SEO. Optimize them for the wants and needs of the target audience and that drives clicks and almost certainly helps your SEO as well. I am also big on ensuring the SEO is aligned with other marketing. I find using more traditional advertising to drive those first clicks and then utilizing low-cost tactics like remarketing can work well in building a brand.
This all helps with your organic in a roundabout way. Tell people to search for a business on Google to get a coupon discount add-on that you re offering via Google Posts on your Local Knowledge Panel. Then, make sure the landing pages for those links really shine and encourage conversions. Really step up the game on photos and videos in your Local Knowledge Panel.
A cover photo needs to convey as much information as possible in an engaging way. As you know, I have spent the last year thinking about how improvements to the visual aspects of the search results rich snippets and images can improve conversions. From where I sit, getting one more person to engage with your listing because your listing looks best creates a virtuous cycle with Google s behavioral signals.
I would cite review management as most critical to influencing both on-and-offline consumer behavior. Searchers dwell for minutes hours. at a time on both positive and negative reviews. They click on them. They even share them socially. They definitely utilize reviews to inform their buyer s journey. Use all the links that are available in the Local Knowledge Panel. So, reviews remain front-and-center for me this year, as they have for several years. - Punchy descriptive enticing non-target words in title tags e.
San Francisco s Reputable Roofers - Emojis in GMB name - Using GMB features Posts, descriptions, services, appointment URLs, etc. - Enticing landing pages that users don t immediately ditch because they don t see answers, compelling information, or path forward. Writing effective stuff, in as many areas of my clients sites as possible. See my 2017 post called Secret Weapon of Effective Local SEO Wordsmithing. Piling on the reviews, on a variety of sites, over the long haul.
Mouseflow, Hotjar, or CrazyEgg. Embedding Google Maps of the business, not of the generic address on clients sites, where appropriate, to encourage lookups of driving directions. Spam patrol. If competitors rank well artificially, you don t want them also to get extra click-through artificially. Neutralizing that advantage can make your stock rise a little.
- Constant evaluation of landing page effectiveness. - Understanding the impact of mobile-first indexing and mobile search voice search as well as a whole. It is less about trying to influence behavioral factors, but rather trying to understand them. Comments about where you see Google headed in the future. No comment for this local survey but I just wrote a blog post for the Reputation. com website that should go up next week on Google s 20th anniversary announcement. In short, it s the same story of Google trying to control all information people require whether they are actively looking for it or not.
It s pretty clear that Google is going to continue to increase the time searchers spend within Google s systems at the expense of sending them to your site. The good news for you is that Google is really great at building incredibly complex systems that tend to break. So on the one hand, you ve got SkyNet seemingly going sentient. On the other hand, SkyNet seems less intent on destroying humanity than it is on replacing our client s GMB photos with cat pictures.
In SEO, we are all John Connors. I think Google is trying to get SMBs comfortable with using the GMB backend. I see a future where SMBs will be using a GMB app every day for dealing with leads, handling appointments, responding to reviews and Q As. and in the not-so-distant future, perhaps even handling financial transactions via the app.
Overall, Google seems to be adding more value and authority to factors that aren t in our control such as links, reviews, and user engagement metrics. I m sure this stems from cracking down on spammy SEO tactics, but nevertheless, this is going to affect the SERP and in turn, change the way that we approach clients with on-page tactics. Aside from that, Ads and Featured Snippets are becoming more and more prevalent in the local search landscape, so as SEOs, we can no longer silo our efforts into SEO and PPC, but need to do a better job of creating a cohesive digital marketing strategy for our clients that leverage both the organic and paid channels to achieve our goals.
Semantic content, in-store visits transactions, and third-party validation are much more important. Even the website I feel in time will become less important as it is one of the weaker trustworthy sources. Since they are a mobile-first company and moving more toward the single-answer solution, Google has been developing ranking factors that are not so link dependent. Emphasis on Google My Business I would not be surprised if we see the evolution of GMB accelerating. It is feasible that we will see more options come to businesses that continue to enhance the transactional layer that Google has become.
Will we see more booking appointment options come to service-based businesses. Tighter integrations into other Google products. Posts will continue to grow with new features. User-generated content like Q A will become more frequent. Greater focus on local Google s focus has always been answering a user s question directly on the SERP.
With the continued rise of mobile and even digital assistants which is still wonky and youngwe are moving closer to a place where there will be little-to-no friction for a user to find an answer and make a transaction. Local plays a major role in this. Get a ticket for movies, make an appointment, purchase a product for retail, book a table for restaurants, and get a quote for home services, see a local business inventory. Becoming not as link-dependent Google has been transitioning away from links being a key determining factor since 2013 to a more semantic trust KP approach.
More features rolled out to Google My Business. More importance on the sentiment, reviewer authority, and words associated inside of reviews to influence ranking. Links are still going to be important, but businesses should focus on topical or locally relevant websites. Google continues to minimize the user s time spent on a brand s company s website. Trying to get away from links but that is going to be a while. In general, Google seeks to provide all aspects of what a consumer needs to know about a local business by adding an array of information into its Knowledge Panel for users to consume.
These moves are all great for user experience, but it presents new challenges to the modern day brand marketer on how you set yourself apart from the stable of competition that operates within your local market. Personalization factors on a business s website become even more critical moving forward, as Google My Business becomes a new homepage for your business. Items like business events, appointment bookings, 1st party customer reviews, and ordering become more of a mainstay instead of leading edge within the business vertical you serve.
I think Google is going to continue to push things they can monetize. LSAs will become more widespread and prominent, taking over the GMB like they do for hotels and a few other niches is going to happen in more and more categories. I hope Google starts really putting more effort into combating spam in local results and specifically starts being more strict with businesses that continually keyword stuff. I don t think there is any doubt that we will see more monetization of local results over the next few years.
Businesses should also focus more and more on structured data. Google will continue to add features to the SERPs that will eventually make it pointless to leave Google to learn more about a business and contact a business via their website. In other words, business owners will need to iqoption saque a significant amount of effort optimizing their Google Homepage and less emphasis on their actual website.
If the trend continues, Google will keep making way for ads and push down organic results. Although this can only go so far, since Google must on some level appreciate the importance of balancing organic and paid search results to keep user trust. all of these features aim to accomplish the same general goal to give consumers a more direct way to make informed decisions about where to visit through Search. Nearly all of Google s recent updates to Maps and GMB features are focused on getting people to interact more and communicate better with businesses through listings and Search.
Q A, updates to their Reviews guidelines, Messaging, User-Submitted Attributes, Posts, Popular Times. I m not convinced that the algorithm is as advanced as we SEOs like to think it is with regard to actually processing these behavioral signals, but I believe that based on Google s recent feature releases, it will be soon enough. At the end of the day, Google wants to help its users have the best possible experience.
I believe businesses who take advantage of these opportunities to connect with customers, answer their questions, and truly build a connection will be rewarded in Search and IRL. As Google held their 20th anniversary event, they made it clear that they are all in on the Knowledge Graph. More and more, Google wants to be able to provide the answer to questions.
While that may not have the most direct impact on local businesses and traditional local search just yet, I m sure it will. Successful businesses can tailor their content strategy to how Google is thinking about search. For instance, if Google isn t showing local sites for the top-of-funnel informational searches, it might not be worth it to invest in that type of content to fuel your search traffic growth. More behavior signals, less focus on on-page optimization. GMB will become the entity for the business with the website a secondary, supplemental piece.
I continue to see engagement as the driving factor of rankings moving forward, and entity authority as the concept that Google is trying to mirror in its rankings. With more than 50 of all mobile searches not resulting in a website click-through and a huge chunk of those being local searches Google simply has to rely on signals outside of traditional websites and links to form the basis of an effective algorithm.
Whether or not those brands are being rewarded on an individual search basis via personalization beyond the obvious proximity factor I m not so sure. It knows more and more about so many of us the brands we search for, whose newsletters we read, videos we watch on YouTube, whose locations we call for reservations, and visit in person with our location-enabled phones. But in aggregate, if I m Google, I m looking for any signal that indicates the popularity of a given entity combined with content semantically related to what someone is searching for and shooting the entities that win those signals up to the top of my SERP.
Unfortunately, the one thing I see Google continuing to try to do is to keep users on their site by providing searchers answers to their queries without ever leaving Google. This is done of course by Google scraping content from other websites and displaying search results so that the searcher does not need to visit the website the content is pulled from. This presents a continuous challenge for online marketers who are looking for ways to drive traffic to their websites.
Paid Search taking up more virtual real estate than ever before, it s high time for brands to integrate their Organic and Paid Local Search. A lot of our clients are coming to us for a holistic approach to end-to-end enterprise local search. One of the areas we re focusing on is doing all we can to speed up the customer experience on mobile. Better understanding of our content and context of our content see Google Duplex.
I think Google is going to put more and more value on showing as much as they can in the Knowledge Panel and SERP to keep users on Google. I think many small local businesses will end up with more conversions from their KP than from their website. Where I hope Google is headed The most basic spam is less and less effective particularly keyword-stuffing the business name field. More ads in local packs.
Where I see Google headed Ads. More types of local SMB ad types. I m with Blumenthal and Mihm Google wants to be the transaction layer of the web. Google wants the online marketing experience to be end-to-end performed on their platform where awareness, discovery, and ultimately conversion can all happen via Google products. I expect Google to continue launching more features for Google Posts and would predict that they will start playing more into ranking in the future than they do currently. I also expect that 3-pack ads are here to stay and would be surprised if Google doesn t continue to launch Local Services ads in more countries and industries in 2019.
Google continues to institute options, products and services that over time have incrementally reduced the ability for an individual lodging property to sell rooms directly via Google s Search products. For years, we have seen Google continue to make efforts to keep users on their platform for longer and longer periods of time. The longer a potential guest stays on a Google-controlled display, the more likely they will book with a Google affiliate or Google Hotel Ads directly, and in return, Google will receive a fee from that third party.
Google wants to be the end-all for any online sales. In the small business space, my belief is that Google will continue to try and give users what they need without having to move on to a business s website information, messaging, and contact details. This works well for users in a hurry and ensures Google keeps the user in their ecosystem as long as possible. Google has figured out many ways to algorithmically reward what it understands to be the best businesses of their type within any given market area.
Going forward, the most powerful ranking strategy will be to actually become one of those best businesses and to ensure Google knows about it. From where I sit, with the advent of mobile first indexing, Google is moving more and more into gathering information for their Knowledge Graph. Local is the leading edge of that effort. The KG is considerably more flexible and looks further afield for information about a local entity.
More and more results will include various aspect of the Knowledge Graph and the differences between local ranking and organic ranking will increase. Savvy local businesses will stop viewing Google as their benefactor and rightly view them as their top competitor. It s a competitor that sometimes does you favors sends you phone calls, leads, traffic, makes your good reputation highly visible to the consumer public, etc.but it s also a competitor that wants to position itself between your business and every dollar it earns, while often failing to meet basic standards of protecting your brand from illegal irresponsible damage.
What other entity, apart from Amazon, has this economic power. So, yes, you have to play in Google s ballpark, but anything you can do to diversify beyond the game this matchless competitor is playing is a win for your business. Focus on your real-world relationships as a community resource and benefactor. Build reputation via WOMM. Build that email list. Join an independent local business alliance and strengthen your local economy. Investigate co-ops, unions, and other opportunities that actually have your community s welfare at heart.
Participate as much as possible at a local level, off the web, while you continue to devote the necessary resources to digital marketing. You can have it both ways, and that s good news. Obviously Google continues to increasingly satisfy users needs without their needing to leave the SERPs. I expect this effort to continue. They ll also continue trying to make Google Ads more accessible and appealing for small local businesses.
Google seems to be headed and has been headed for a while now towards monetization of as much search results real estate as possible. The direct implication is that Google gets one more of its properties very high and very visibly in the organic non-paid search results. I think we re going to see more of the GMB is your new home page direction.
The latest algorithm update, for instance, appears to have made videos especially videos on YouTube a lot more prominent in local search results, and probably in general organic search results, too. As I mentioned above, since selling ads is their game, it follows that they want to keep you on the page as long as possible. The impacts felt on GMB are all actions to aim for this goal, in my opinion. Hyperlocal, trying to keep users within Google.
At our company, we like to say SEO is always the lowest priority, until it s not. Comments about anything else you d like the readers of this survey to know. The amazing thing is that we find over and over again that Local SEO is often an even lower priority than its non-local versions. That means there is incredible opportunity for everyone large and mid-sized brands are likely underinvesting in Local SEO go ask any corporate digital manager about the local stores, offices, etc.
and you ll likely get a what a hassle eyeroll meaning they have a lot of upside if they ever can actually focus on this stuff, while smaller, truly local businesses can run rings around these bigger players if they focus on it. Buckle up and get familiar with the GMB page change is the new normal. GMB Posts are definitely something to look into for your local clients if you haven t already.
They can be a great way to not only increase user engagement with your GMB listing, but you can even leverage them as a great call-to-action to increase conversions. Focus on the BIG picture. Try to not think about ranking in one-dimensional terms. The local algorithm is constantly changing based on data received from multiple sources, most of which are user-generated.
There are so many invisible signals that Google collects, and once in a while, we get to see what they are, like with subjective attributes. By focusing on the bigger picture if an entity has a great site, great local content, an amazing customer experience, an engaged social presence, with a focus on the pre and post-sale experience a business can find local success. You cannot manipulate how many calls are generated, how many engagements a GMB listing will get, how a user will rate their experience, or if that user will make a purchase.
Try to not be so dependent on SaaS apps to do all your work. Growing a business is not an easy task. For most agencies you are working in your business and not on your business, so trying to automate tasks is one way to grow. But, this is not always the best approach to your client s success. Take the time to write a great GMB Post, find a good partner for citations that will look at things manually, try to manually update social media posts and create a real sense of authority community.
Build a manual link building campaign or partner with someone you trust that specializes. Even with reviews, while apps like GatherUp are fantastic, encouraging your clients to ask for reviews at the time of service cannot be beat. Avoid the may as well join them mentality. I know this part is hard, especially with spam being so prevalent. As a Google My Business Expert TC I see it every day where someone is frustrated because they are sticking to the guidelines and the competition is outranking them.
Don t buy fake reviews, don t keyword stuff your listing, and report spammy competitors via the support channel that Google has. Remember when, back in the early 2000s, everyone was buying links and the industry had a herd mentality of if you can t beat them, may as well join them. Look what happened there. manual actions. It may not be this year or even a few years from now, but you can bet that it will happen again, and remember, Google never discards any data.
User-generated content from customer reviews are critical for long-tailed search rankings and providing additional visibility throughout the consumer search discovery process. History will repeat itself. Focus on building a great local brand. More importantly, reviews have become more mainstream for consumers to use to evaluate a prospective business and determine if they want to visit that establishment. Businesses need to actively manage, respond, and cultivate their customer reviews now more than ever because people use them as a trusted source and may even decide not to transact with your business based on something they read online.
I always encourage our clients to move the needle with things that make money, and to stop chasing the algorithm. Use your email lists for email marketing, clean up your NAP and improve your on-site content and optimization. Mark things up that make sense and make sure you re improving your review profile. In the legal field, spam is running wild. We now have seen a huge influx of law firms changing their legal business names to locally relevant keywords like Florida Personal Injury Lawyer.
Sadly, this tactic works all too well right now and it s important to report these as spam as you come across them. The biggest change in the local game in the legal vertical where we play is the gross abundance of local spam fake locations, fake companies, fake marketing, fake addresses, and fake law firms. For a highly regulated industry that tries to self-police its own marketing to counter the ambulance-chasing stereotype, I continue to find this amazing.
We spend roughly 15 of our clients collective budgets counteracting map spam. Answers to this survey are our observations and opinions of the local search industry as a whole. One example was a law firm with one lawyer I found who had 60 offices spread across the entire northeastern seaboard. The best and only reliable way for YOU to figure out what works best for your own business your clients your industry is to test things out yourselves and please publish your findings so we can all learn together.
Since local search is highly fragmented, make sure you focus on your vertical and market. Best practices often aren t. We find that improvements come in slow, gradual increments and then one day you ll have a big jump. We re not sure how widespread this is but it seems confined to local pack results we don t see the same jumps in organic results.
We re also seeing companies with frankly terrible websites at a Weebly subdomain, for example ranking in competitive local packs because they have great reviews, posts, and a generally active listing. This shouldn t be taken to mean citations provided by typical listing services, though. Perhaps counterintuitively, I rated citations as holding substantial value for organic search this year.
Here I mean organic brand mentions unstructured citations which I see holding increased value. I see Google getting better and better at associating semantic themes with entities iqoption saque the Knowledge Graph, outside of the link graph. So if you re a recognizable brand as opposed to just keyword in city I do believe you ll see some lift from these mentions even within organic results.
If you have a local business, focus on those strategies and tactics that will help to rank well in the local pack. For localized organic listings, think more along the lines of developing content or optimizing existing content in a way that answers searcher s queries. Ranking organically is getting more difficult all the time with Google s Knowledge Graph and their willingness to scrap and display content from other sites directly in the SERPs.
These are all things that make money and ALSO help with rankings. It is possible that you just might show up in the Knowledge Graph. They want to control the entire process, from discovery to transaction. Google is largely crawling local attributes on brand landing pages so that they can surface them natively in the search results pages. It s their walled-garden, so competitive brands should evolve to play the game where the puck is headed.
Branded searches result from being well known in the local community, and being known as a great business to work with. Posts and Q A are really amazing, and the vast majority of businesses don t even know they exist. Everyone should start using both, become familiar, and start kicking ass with them. I m proud to contribute to this survey and think it s very valuable. However, I encourage you to experiment with various factors for yourself.
Different factors tend to work better and worse for a variety of businesses and locations. Find ways to send signals to search engines that reflect that decision-making. Do what your competitors can t. Despite the interface changes, the same things will continue to determine rank and relevance. Whether it is a story or a response from voice search, onsite and link citation signals will determine the relevance and prominence of a site s content to be returned in those surfaces.
I laughed when Keyword Stuffing in GMB Business Name came up as a negative factor option. In my experience, nothing has been further from the truth. Build a brand, not just a website. People who keyword stuff in their business name have a stupid ranking advantage and there is no real ranking penalty even if they get caught.
Google does not treat lodging businesses as it does other types of businesses when it comes to local placement. Lodging properties are not provided the same opportunities in their GMB Google My Business accounts. Non-lodging businesses are provided a direct link to their website from the Local 3-pack and maps results. Lodging properties are denied that opportunity. In addition, lodging businesses are restrained from many of the GMB features such as sharing posts, adding a business description Google provides it for themand a link to book directly with their property.
Instead, when searching for a lodging property, Google displays their OTA options along with any of the Google Hotel Finder participants. On April 1, 2016, our industry went from being able to follow the standard Google Local Guidelines for local placement to having to pay-to-play in order to iqoption saque seen in a similar ranking position. This puts local SEOs in the travel space in a unique position, as we cannot rely on the traditional techniques used in the past.
In the UK, local search has become more competitive in the last few years. The traditional ranking factors have caught up -- where we could get great results without authority-building tactics a few years ago, we now need to look at a well-rounded approach to generate results. Think of the ways that we distinguish local businesses from one another in real-life.
Local SEO has changed drastically over the past 3 years and much of the advice given prior to 2015 has as much potential to harm as to help rankings. Make sure you are following the move to quality-over-quantity in all things involving local search links, citations, content, reviews, etc. I love Local Search Ranking Factors and have been a participant since its inception. One thing that always strikes me, as I m taking the survey, is that I m ranking each factor based on experiences I ve had, and so there s a sort of silent soliloquy going on in my head as I order the elements.
For example, Why am I emphasizing Google Posts this year. The answer is, I ve seen use of them move a dentist up two spots in the rankings or something like that. That s the part of the learning process that can t quite be captured by any survey the stories behind each choice being made by the respondent. So, if I could add a piece of advice for readers, it would be to pay attention to the narrative of what you re doing when you re conducting local search marketing.
What you observe is what paints the big picture of the importance of digital marketing, over time. See how experiments and their results tell a story, and keep a little bank of these stories in your mind. There s only so much on-site and citation work you can do. For local SEOs and for business owners doing their own local SEO, the 64,000 question is can you get everyone on the team to work on something useful, and to stick with it.
The main activities with long-term payoff are links, reviews, copywriting, and spam patrol. One person can oversee all of that, but most people can t work on all of that at once. Effective local SEO is like a barn-raising. While we are asked to rank these features, I do not think its hierarchical in any way. I believe these factors can oscillate depending on your industry, the competitiveness locally, and other factors that are not wholly in your control.
Trying to let Google guide you a bit is usually helpful in finding the most effective methods. Helpful Further Reading. David Mihm s version of a Local Search Glossary Mike Blumenthal s Digital Equity Infographic David Mihm s Local vs. Traditional SEO Why Citation Is the New Link David Mihm s A Brief History of Google Places The Local Search Ecosystem David Mihm s forward-looking The Difference-Making Local Ranking Factor of 2020 Mike Ramsey s Local Landing Page Study What s Happening in 2018 Joy Hawkins Expert Guide to Local Search PAID Mike Blumenthal s Google as the New Home Page One Big Tactical Guide Mike Blumenthal s Big Guide to Google Questions and Answers Q A Joy Hawkins Timeline of Local SEO Changes in 2018 Jessie Low s Super Fantastic Guide to Optimizing Google My Business How to Optimize Your Google My Business Listing on the Moz Blog.
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Neural correlates of depth of strategic reasoning in medial prefrontal cortex. This game is well-suited for investigating whether and how a player s mental processing incorporates the thinking process of others in strategic reasoning. We used functional MRI fMRI to investigate human mental processes in a competitive interactive setting the beauty contest game. We apply a cognitive hierarchy model to classify subject s choices in the experimental game according to the degree of strategic reasoning so that we can identify the neural substrates of different levels of strategizing.
Edited by Michael Gazzaniga, University of California, Santa Barbara, and accepted by the Editorial Board April 16, 2009 received for review August 11, 2008. According to this model, high-level reasoners expect the others to behave strategically, whereas low-level reasoners choose based on the expectation that others will choose randomly. The data show that high-level reasoning and a measure of strategic IQ related to winning in the game correlate with the neural activity in the medial prefrontal cortex, demonstrating its crucial role in successful mentalizing.
This supports a cognitive hierarchy model of human brain and behavior. bounded rationality cognitive hierarchies game theory neuronimaging theory of mind. Professional investment may be likened to those newspaper competitions Beauty Contest in which the competitors have to pick out the 6 prettiest faces from a hundred photographs, the prize being awarded to the competitor whose choice most nearly corresponds to the average preferences of the competitors as a whole.
It is not a case of choosing those which are really the prettiest, nor even those which average opinion genuinely thinks the prettiest. We have reached the third degree to anticipating what average opinion expects the average opinion to be. And there are some, I believe, who practise the fourth, fifth, and higher degrees 1. John Maynard Keynes, one of the most influential economists of the 20th century, describes in the above quote different ways of thinking about others in a competitive environment.
This can range from low-level reasoning, characterized by self-referential thinking choosing what you like without considering others behaviorto higher levels of reasoning, taking into account the thinking of others about others third degreeand so on. Many features of social and competitive interaction require this kind of reasoning, for example, deciding when to queue for precious theater tickets or when to sell or buy in the stock market before too many others do it.
Psychologists and philosophers define this as theory of mind or mentalizing, the ability to think about others thoughts and mental states to predict their intentions and actions 2 9. Neuroimaging studies have found brain activity related to mentalizing in the medial prefrontal cortex 3, 5, 6, 10 12temporo-parietal junction 3, 13superior temporal sulcus 14and posterior cingulate cortex 5.
However, little is known about the neural mechanisms underlying the iterated steps of thinking, what you think the others think about what you think, and so on. That is, the mechanisms underlying how deeply people think about others, and, particularly, whether deeper mentalizing leads to more successful social outcomes. Here, we study an experimental competitive game, analogous to Keynes s Beauty Contest, to characterize the neural systems that mediate different levels of strategic reasoning and mentalizing.
In our experimental game, participants choose a number between 0 and 100. The winner is the person whose number is closest to 2 3 times the average of all chosen numbers Fig. 1 A and Methods. A Rules of the basic game and conditions. The figure shows the computer screen for each experimental condition. The participants were asked to choose a number between 0 and 100.
The winner got 10 euros or an equal share with those who tie and is the person whose number is closest to the target a parameter multiplier here 2 3 times the average of 10 numbers. The 10 numbers are the choices of either 10 human participants human condition or of one participant and a computer program who chooses uniform randomly 9 numbers from 0 to100 computer condition.
The losers got nothing. All this is known to the participants. There were 13 different parameter multipliers. Each multiplier was presented once in each condition in a pseudorandom order. In a control condition random condition the participants were asked to pronounce a random number between 0 and 100. In the calculation task session 2 subjects were asked to calculate the product between one C1 condition or 2 factors C2 condition times a number, and additionally a random condition.
B Game theoretic prediction for M 2 3 If all participants are rational and know that everybody else is rational and so on common knowledge of rationality then everybody should choose 0, because no one should choose 100 2 3 66 weakly dominated choices ; thus all numbers in E 0 are eliminated. In the reduced game nobody should choose 100 2 3 2 44, thus eliminating E 1and so on until 0 is reached. If M 1 then all players choosing 100 also represents an equilibrium.
C Bounded rational model. Cognitive hierarchy for M 2 3 is a cognitively and descriptively more plausible model 17. A random player level 0 L 0 chooses uniformly from 0 to 100 with an average of 50. A best reply to this is 50 2 3 33 level 1. If everybody chooses 33 then best reply is 50 2 3 2 22 level 2etc. A subject is strategic of degree k if he chooses the number 50 M kcalled level k.
Game theory suggests a process of iterated elimination of weakly dominated strategies, which in infinite steps reaches the unique Nash equilibrium in which everybody chooses 0 Fig. However, the natural way of looking at game situations is not based on circular concepts as for the Nash equilibrium but rather on a step by step reasoning procedure ref. 421which typically results in out-of-equilibrium behavior.
This step-reasoning can be some finite steps of the iterated elimination process Fig. 1 B or of the so-called iterated best reply, a cognitive hierarchy of thinking that better describes behavior in our game Fig. In our game, this means that a naïve player level 0 chooses randomly. A level 1 player thinks of others as level 0 reasoning and chooses 33 2 3 50because 50 is the average of randomly chosen numbers from 0 to 100.
A more sophisticated player level 2 supposes that everybody thinks like a level 1 player and therefore he chooses 22 2 3 2 50. And, as Keynes mentioned there might eventually be people reaching the Nash equilibrium of the game and thereby choosing 0. Choices in many Beauty Contest experimental games 17, 19 21but also in other games 16, 18show limited steps of reasoning, a bounded rational behavior, confirming the relevance of the iterated best-reply model see SI Text SI1.
Why do people use different and limited numbers of steps of reasoning. As the number of steps of thinking increases, the decision rule requires more computation, and higher level reasoning indicates more strategic behavior paired with the belief that the other players are also more strategic 16. One reason for the limited steps of reasoning is that players might be incapable of using high levels of reasoning because of cognitive limitations 22 ; another reason is that a player might believe overconfidently 23 that others will not use as many steps of thinking as he does.
Identifying the neural correlates of different levels of reasoning and, more specifically, being able to distinguish between low- versus high-level reasoning people by their brain activity will help to explain the heterogeneity observed in human strategic behavior. We used functional MRI fMRI to measure brain activity when subjects participated in the Beauty Contest game. We introduced 2 main conditions in an event-related fashion Fig.
In the human condition, each participant in a group of 10 was asked to choose an integer between 0 and 100. In the computer condition one participant chose one number between 0 and 100 and a computer algorithm chose uniform randomly and independently of the multiplier parameter 9 numbers between 0 and 100. The prize for the winner, whose number was closest to M e.M 2 3 times the average of all choices, was 10 euros in both conditions or a split of the prize in the case of a tie.
We did not provide any feedback between trials. The computer condition should invoke low levels of reasoning at or near level 1 according to the iterative reply model. In contrast, in the human condition a greater variety of levels of reasoning should be observed because players might have different ideas about what other players choose. To identify brain activity related to the mental calculation most likely used when deciding in the game, we introduced calculation tasks in which subjects were asked to multiply a given parameter or the square of a parameter with a given integer.
Behavioral Results. Reaction time was quite different in the different conditions of the Beauty Contest. Subjects took longer when choosing a number in the human mean 8. 6 compared with the computer condition mean 7. 6; Wilcoxon signed-rank test, z 2. 03, two-tailed. In both conditions, choosing took more time than in a control condition when they were asked to pick a random number between 0 and 100 mean 2.
07 for both human vs. random and computer vs. random signed-rank tests, z 3. 92, P kwhere k is the number of levels Fig. 1 Cand very seldom by the game theoretic solution 0 for M 1 see SI Text SI2. Most choices in the human condition were between L1 50 M and L3 50 M 3only 5 were higher than level 3. We measured the level of reasoning using the quadratic distance between actual choices and the different theoretical values L1, L2, L3, etc.
based on the Cognitive Hierarchy model see Methods. We categorized each player according to 3 categories based on choices in the human condition random behavior and low level level 1 and high level of reasoning level 2 or higher. The subjects classified as low level n 10 behaved similarly against the computer or the humans, at or close to level 1 in both conditions Wilcoxon signed-rank test of the mean quadratic distance between actual choices and theoretical L1 across all trials for each subject in human vs.
computer condition, z 0. The high-level reasoning subjects n 7 differentiated their behavior in the human compared with the computer condition signed-rank test of the mean quadratic distance between actual choices and theoretical L1 across all trials for each subject in human vs. computer condition, z 2. They behaved as level 1 in the computer condition but were classified at a higher level of reasoning level 2 or more when interacting with human counterparts.
Direct comparison between the 2 groups confirms that high reasoners have a significantly smaller quadratic distance between their actual choices and the theoretical level 2 or higher compared with low reasoners Two-sample Wilcoxon rank-sum Mann Whitney test, z 3. 0013 see SI Text SI3. Three subjects behaved in a quite random fashion.
2 A shows the behavior, separately for each condition and for all parameter values, of 2 representative subjects individual behavior of all of the subjects is shown in Fig. In the computer condition, both subjects chose numbers close to or on the level 1 line 50 M, were M is the multiplier parameter. In the human condition, the low-level subject typically chose near the level 1 line, whereas the high-level subject chose near or at the level 2 line 50 M 2 or near or at a higher level.
Patterns of behavior and brain activity for low and high levels of reasoning. A Behavioral results. Here, we present the 26 choices of 2 representative participants for each parameter value M in the human blue dots and computer triangles conditions, separately. Left the choices of one participant representing a so-called low-level type. In both the computer condition triangles and the human condition blue dots he chose near the theoretical Cognitive Hierarchy Model level 1 line brown line with choices equal to 50 M.
Right the choices of one high-level type participant. In the computer condition he chose near the theoretical level 1 line. In the human condition he chose near the theoretical level 2 line blue line with choices equal to 50 M 2. Below We plot the choice of the 2 participants for the computer and human conditions for M 2 3. In total we classified 10 participants as level 1 low level and 7 as greater than level 1 high level.
Three participants played in a random manner. B fMRI results. Group data thresholded at P 0. Choosing a number in the human condition in contrast to the computer condition was associated with relative enhanced activity in the rostral anterior cingulate cortex Left Low level of reasoning subjects, random effect analysis n 10 rACC, MNI coordinates x 9, y 36, z 3 ; and Right high level of reasoning subjects, random effect analysis n 7 activity in the dorsal portion of the medial prefrontal cortex mPFC, MNI coordinates x 3, y 48, z 24 and ventral mPFC relatively less deactivated, MNI coordinates x 3, y 51, z 9.
5 with accuracy number of correct responses in the calculation task; thus it is independent of computation skills. Notably, no other brain region of interest was correlated with strategic IQ. Activity in the dorsal portion of the medial prefrontal cortex related to play against human opponents mPFC, MNI coordinates x 0, y 48, z 24; the mean parameter estimates for each participant were extracted from the functional ROI obtained from the random effect analysis human vs.
computer, n 20 was correlated with a measure of strategic IQ the quadratic distance of choices to the winning numbers using a recombinant estimation method. Values closer to 0 indicate higher strategic IQ. Note red dots and blue dots indicate high and low level of reasoning participants, respectively; participants who played in a random manner are excluded from the figure.
In the experimental Beauty Contest game, levels of reasoning are not induced unlike the tasks used by 26, 43. Therefore, we could detect heterogeneity between subjects based on their own choice of depth of reasoning. We provide iqoption saque computational account Cognitive Hierarchy Theory; refs. 16 18 of the cognitive processing underlying actual choices in the experimental game, to identify the neural substrates of different levels of strategic thinking.
We found that playing against human opponents versus a computer programmed to play randomly in the Beauty Contest game activated areas commonly associated with theory of mind or mentalizing thinking about other people s minds mPFC, STS, posterior cingulate cortex, and TPJ 3, 5, 6, 24, 25suggesting that these areas encode the complexity underlying human interactive situations. Within this network, the mPFC was the only area that clearly dissociated between subjects with different levels of strategic reasoning.
The mPFC activity peak MNI coordinates, x 0, y 48, z 24 differed in the human versus computer opponent conditions for high reasoning players only Fig. Furthermore, in the human condition, this area was more active for high than low reasoners. Thus, we argue that mPFC implements more strategic thinking about other players thoughts and behavior. We also found that, unlike the mPFC, TPJ and STS mediated activity when playing against humans for both low and high-level reasoners.
This suggests that the TPJ and STS have a more general function in the recognition of social cues or in the ascription of generic features of human-human interaction 44. Strategic IQ and medial prefrontal cortex. An additional insight into the role of the mPFC in social-cognitive processing is provided by the analysis of our measure of Strategic IQ related to winning in the game. We found a strong correlation between mPFC activity and Strategic IQ.
This suggests that the mPFC activity, involved in higher reasoning about others, leads to successful outcomes in our social setting. This is a new finding in the theory of mind literature, thus providing evidence for the fundamental role of the mPFC in successful mentalizing. Notably, the focus of activity in the mPFC peak MNI coordinates, x 0, y 48, z 24; related to higher level of reasoning in our game coincides with the focus of activity related to degree of thinking about how our own behavior can influence others behavior, as reported in a recent study 45.
45 activity in the mPFC was found when contrasting 2 dynamic models of choice in a repeated competitive game. In the study by Hampton et al. One model is based on updating own strategy based on other s past choices and giving best response to the frequency play of actual behavior. A second, more sophisticated model assumes that subjects consider the influence that their own past choices will have on what other players will do next.
The difference is analogous to the difference in the Beauty Contest game between high and low levels of strategic reasoning. Indeed, high-level reasoning in the Beauty Contest game implies thinking about how other players think about the others including your own thinking and behavior, and so on. In other words, high reasoners might assume that their behavior likely affects the behavior of others, thus inducing a process of iterative thinking.
Thus, we argue that mPFC encoding of the effect of our choices on others thoughts and behavior is the neural signature of high-level strategic reasoning level 2 or more. 45 and our study is that in Hampton s study subjects observed others behavior over time and then responded to it, whereas in our study the decisions required that subjects model and predict others choices without knowing other players past choices.
The brain does not seem to distinguish between these 2 data sources. Taken together, the results of these 2 studies represent the first neural evidence of a close link between adaptive learning and levels of reasoning. The pattern of brain activity that is, higher activity for high-reasoning players in the caudolateral orbitofrontal cortex and in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, areas commonly associated with complex cognitive processing 33 35together with the mPFC, suggests a substantial jump in complexity beyond the mere calculation required by the decision rule of the Beauty Contest game, as suggested by the fact that there was no activity in these areas related to the mental calculation in the control tasks, C1 and C2 when going from the first to the second level of reasoning.
This might be responsible for the observed limited step-level reasoning, either because subjects are not able to make this jump or because they believe that not everybody else is able to make this jump. Game theory predicts equilibrium play, assuming common knowledge of rationality everybody is rational and thinks that everybody else is rational and so on. However, actual behavior deviates from equilibrium and is heterogeneous given different beliefs about others.
Our work shows that the common tendency for humans to use boundedly rational strategies cognitive hierarchies is reflected in specialized neural substrates, such as the medial prefrontal cortex. The main difference between Hampton et al. Twenty healthy right-handed subjects 11 females were recruited to take part in a study at the Neuroimaging Center of the Insitut des Sciences Cognitives Bron, Lyon, France.
Volunteers gave fully informed consent for the project which was approved by the French National Ethical Committee Comité Consultatif de Protection des Personnes dans la Recherche Biomédicale. Each participant was screened to exclude medication and conditions including psychological or physical illness or history of head injury. Mean age of participants was 26 years 4. Experimental Design and Task. Each participant underwent fMRI scanning while performing a total of 99 trials of the experimental tasks first session of 26 trials of the Beauty Contest game plus 13 random choices and a second session of 60 trials of a mental calculation task including 12 random choices.
During scanning, the subject viewed a projection of a computer screen see Fig. 1 A and gave a spoken response in each trial. The Beauty Contest game session 1 consisted of guessing an integer number between 0 and 100 both limits includedin which the winner is the person whose number is closest to M average of all chosen numbers. M is the known multiplier parameter in a trial which takes 6 values with M 1 9 8, 6 5, 4 3, 3 2, 5 3, 7 4.
We also include M 1, which is a control, whether the thought process started at or 50. However, level 1 and level 2 cannot be distinguished for M 1. The winner received 10 euros. If there was a tie, the 10 euros were split between those who tied. Information about the results of the game was provided at the payment stage see below. The first session consisted of 3 different conditions i human condition, in which a subject knew that he was playing against 9 other subjects who were under exactly the same conditions as himself but at a different scheduled time 13 trials ; ii computer condition, in which the subject was informed that a computer program randomly draws 9 numbers 13 trials ; and iii a random condition, in which the subject was asked to choose a number at random between 0 and 100 13 trials.
Each value of the parameter M was presented twice, once in the human and a second time in the computer condition. The calculation tasks session 2 were of the form N M 24 trials or N M M 24 trialswhere N is a 2 digit number and M is a multiplier from the set mentioned above, excluding M 1. Each product was mentioned twice with the same M but different N. We also asked for a random number as a control 12 trials.
For each correct calculation task a subject received 50 euro cents. A correct answer had to be within a 1 deviation of the up or down rounded result, e. We used an event-related design, mixing the 3 main conditions.a result of 54. 33 produced a winning interval from 53 to 56. The calculation task was always presented after the Beauty Contest game to avoid behavioral biases.
The participants were informed and instructed about the calculation task just before it began. Time Course of the Experimental Tasks. On each trial of the Beauty Contest game session 1 the subject viewed an information screen 2 seconds indicating the type of condition human, computer, or randomthe formula of the target number with the information about the value of the parameter multiplier M with the exception of the random conditionand the question to choose a number between 0 and 100.
After pressing the button the subjects had 2 seconds to say a number. After 2 seconds, the message press the button when ready appeared in the bottom of the screen. There was an intertrial interval of 4 8 s jittered. In the calculation task session 2 the subjects viewed an information screen 2 seconds with the indication of the factor s and the number digit they had to multiply.
They were asked to give an answer with a maximum of 10 s. The message say a number appeared right after they pressed the button, or automatically after the time limit 10 s. Stimuli Presentation. Behavioral responses were logged by means of a desktop computer located outside the scanner running Presentation Neurobehavioral Systems, Inc.
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